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A science fiction apocalyptic thrill-ride like no other.
"From deep within the Earth beneath Mount Erebus on the frozen continent of Antarctica, an unforeseen threat emerges, leaving a scientific research team to face the horrors that await them at the bottom of the world - alone."
Isolated on the frozen continent of Antarctica, Mount Erebus, an active volcano named after the Greek God of primordial darkness, acts as a doorway from the underworld of Earth to the hellish, lifeless world around it.
Despite the extreme conditions around the crater of Mount Erebus, life exists. Life does not travel to Erebus by way of birds or other plants or animals, but from deep within the Earth itself. Ascending from the dark world beneath Antarctica, microbial life arrives at the surface, only to find itself trapped within the volcano, confined by the icy, lifeless prison that surrounds it.
Today, on the steep and icy slopes of Mount Erebus, can be found a rugged team of scientists, researchers, and mountaineers carrying out their work in one of the harshest and most remote parts of the planet, at a facility known as the Mount Erebus Volcano Observatory, or, simply, MEVO. These professionals, tough enough to brave the extreme climate of Mount Erebus, include experts in the fields of gravity and magnetotellurics, volcanology, geophysics, and even astrobiology.
These doctorate-level professionals travel each year from several major universities such as Cambridge, Missouri State, the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, and the University of Washington to study Erebus, as well as the unique environment it has created for itself in one of the most remote places on Earth. They are assisted by a professional mountaineer, as well as graduate students from their respective institutions who study under them.
The researchers at MEVO, when not on the mountain at the research camp simply called the Lower Erebus Hut, are based out of McMurdo Station. Mac-Town, as McMurdo Station is fondly referred to by its residents, was founded by the US Navy in 1956. What was initially called Naval Air Facility McMurdo is now McMurdo Station.
As the team on Mount Erebus begins their pack out at the end of their research season, starting their journey back to McMurdo Station and then to the universities from which they came, an unforeseen threat emerges, leaving them at the bottom of the world to face their horrors - alone.
Steven C. Bird is also the author of The New Homefront Series, as well as the Society Lost Series. His work can also be found in several Kindle Worlds novellas, including The Edge of Civility and JET: Dangerous Prey.
©2017 Steven C. Bird (P)2017 Steven C. Bird
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By trixie on 10-27-17

Erebus

The emotions, and reactions of the characters in this book are absolutely close to reality. Their experiences and challenges in this cold and brutal environment creates a story of survival. There is definitely no survival guaranteed when the simplest act of being outside without proper clothing could kill you!
I received a free review copy from AudioBookBoom in exchange for my review.

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By Bikram Agarwal on 11-23-17

Zombies in Antarctica

I received a free copy of this audiobook from the author / narrator / publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.

I read "Zombies in Antarctica" and my brain went "well, that's new" and I opted to listen to this book. The premise is really good and even characters are well fleshed out. But there are quite a few drawbacks in this book which kept me from enjoying it.

For starters, the book uses long winding chapters to say very little thing of substance. That is, after listening to it for tens of minutes, you realize the story has moved only just a little. Look at the book's synopsis. Such a huge synopsis but you get only minimal and unnecessary info about the story from it. The entire book is like that.

When s#!t hits in the fan, it doesn't really become a gritty fight for survival. Multiple characters seem to already have the skills to survive the situation. And rest of the escapes are "well, wasn't that convenient" kind. I never actually feared for the characters.

The narration was hit n miss. A few characters sounded very good, while all others sounded same ass each other.

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